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We are looking for a Warehouse Person to fill an important role in our Rugs a million warehouse located in Ashford, SA. This role will require a person that is able to handle a busy workload and work unsupervised as required. The ability to manually handle large rugs and accurately complete the required documentation is essential. This person will be working closely with sales staff, freight providers and management, so we require a strong TEAM player.
Job Requirements:
Warehouse stores experience preferred but not essential Fit and strong. Able to lift rugs and manually unload containers periodically Manually load freight for delivery to customers and stores Good communication skills Ability to work autonomously Strong organisational skills Ability to complete all warehouse administration, checking off orders etc Excellent attention to detail Good housekeeping skills OH&S focus and always follows procedures This position does not require a forklift licence Must have a current SA drivers licence
This is a manual handling role that requires an individual with strong communication skills a positive attitude and the ability to deal with the public as required.
Please send resume to:
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Senior Case Worker, based at PORT AUGUSTA
OARS Community Transitions is looking for an experienced Case worker to lead our Reintegrated Accommodation Services in Port Augusta.
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Case Worker at our Port Augusta site . The Senior Case Worker is part of the Reintegration Accommodation Service is based in Port Augusta and is responsible for the provision of case management, tenancy support and day to day oversight of our hostel. The outreach duties  include; comprehensive assessments, safety risk assessments, individual case work, responding to referrals, case planning, referral to appropriate services and prioritising tasks whilst attending to the immediate housing needs of clients.
This position is funded under the National Affordable Housing Agreement.
The Case Worker is responsible for:
The delivery of a high quality, client centred and comprehensive case management service to clients. The successful applicants will be required to provide an outreach service including within a custodial setting.  Demonstrated case management experience using 'strengths based' foundation and client outcome focus is desirable.  Excellent record keeping and maintaining client files Professional exposure to criminal justice practices and processes would be advantageous Please submit an application if you have the following skills and experience:

Tertiary qualification in Social Work, & other Human Services disciplines or significant experience working with disadvantaged people Case management and basic counselling skills working with clients who have complex needs Ability to work within a correctional facility Demonstrated ability with data entry and report writing Working knowledge of criminal justice practices and processes would be advantageous.  A copy of the job and person specification is available on our website www.oars.org.au  and enquiries for the positions should be directed to Mrs Tracy Chapman on *****07 + click to reveal.
Candidates will need to have a current driver's licence and will be required to undergo a police clearance.
Applications should be returned using SEEK, ensuring that you attach:
Your current CV A covering letter that provides details of your suitability against the skills and experiences listed 1 to 5 in this advertisement. Applications close: COB Monday 4th June2018
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HCA Community Care is a division of Healthcare Australia that specialises in the provision of community support staff to a wide variety of organisations & individuals with disability across Adelaide and the Western and Eastern suburbs. As an NDIS registered provider, HCA Community Care is seeking committed Disability & Mental Health/Welfare Support Workers to provide 1:1 care to direct customers in their homes and in the community.
We are looking for reliable, dedicated and passionate staff who want to add value to the lives of others providing consistent, professional and individualised support for our customers.
Our customers have various support needs, and depending on the customer, your role as a Support Worker may involve manual handling, community access, transportation, personal care and companionship. We support people 24 hours a day, every day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active nights and sleep overs. 
Essential Criteria:   
Minimum 6 months full time paid work experience in Disability or Mental Health 2 professional industry reference checks Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Reliable and flexible Commitment to customer care is paramount Current full driver's licence and a reliable, comprehensive insured vehicle DCSI Children's and Disability checks Current First Aid and CPR certifcates Current Police Check certificate Availability & willingness to commit to on-call and work short shifts Minimum of 20hrs per week availability
Desirable Criteria:   
Cert III or IV in Disability/Mental Health/Individual Support/Aged Care Experience with autism spectrum disorder and/or high challenging behaviours is highly desirable
The Benefits:  
At HCA Care we value all employees and reward employees for their efforts.
Benefits include:    
Above Award Wages Free Manual Handling training on offer FREE Criminal history checks FREE online Education packages Attractive Referral Rewards eHCA mobile phone app - for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts
Join today to reap the rewards of working with one of the fastest growing Healthcare providers in Australia. To apply please provide your resume and cover letter to *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
All disability staff MUST undergo or provide a current Police Check, a Working with Children Check card, a current First Aid/CPR level 2 certificate and to complete a DWES check.
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Our client based in Wingfield is looking for reliable, experienced heavy production workers for an immediate start in Wingfield. Successful candidates will be responsible for operating various pieces of machinery to repair and re-tread truck tyres. Successful applicants will have recent, heavy production experience in an industrial environment. This is an ongoing opportunity for the right candidate.
Successful applicants must;
- Have recent work history in a heavy industrial or production role
- Be reliable, hardworking and willing to commit to ongoing work
- Be able to work efficiently in a fast paced environment
- Be physically fit and able to undertake repetitive work
- Be able to commence immediately
- Have two recent work referees & be willing to undergo a physical assessment
If you believe you fit the above please apply now via the link or email your interest and up to date resume through to *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal For more information, please call Kerryn at the Mile End office on *****00 + click to reveal.
Due to the high number of applicants expected only those who are successful will be contacted.
At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
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Who we are: Final Trim Operators is a leading Australian owned and operated Recruitment and Labour Hire business with head-quarters in Perth and offices in Karratha, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide specialising in Construction, Mining, Civil, Rail and Trades recruitment.
A little about the role:
We are looking for 3 HC Drivers to join a busy transport organisation based South and North East of Adelaide.
Day and night shifts available 12 hour shifts 5-6 days per week 6-8 week assignment with immediate start
In order to be considered you must be able to demonstrate the following:
HC License Truck and dog experience Must be reliable and punctual Ability to work across a 6 day roster Must be a team player Have a clean driving record
What we can offer in return
Great rates are offered whilst you’re casual and equally as competitive if offered a permanent role within this business. We are a national recruitment agency with numerous roles across the country. If you are interested in the above role please contact Claire on *****75 + click to reveal or would like to discuss other opportunities please visit our website at www.finaltrimoperators.com.au to register your profile on our database.
FT Workforce are experienced and committed to supporting local talent find work within the civil, mining, rail and trades arena and are able to discuss current / upcoming projects you may be interested in working on.
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About the business
WALGA Mining & Services aims to recruit and retain the best talent and we are committed to unleashing the potential of our people by challenging them and giving them the support and autonomy, they need to achieve their goals.
About the role
We would like to hear from exceptional Heavy Diesel Mechanics, with experience in the safe, reliable and efficient maintenance of heavy diesel mining equipment.
The role(s) are located at the Iron Knob Mine Area, 54km from the city of Whyalla.  
These are residential 7/7 roster, where transport will be provided daily from Whyalla to the operation.   
If you are a proactive, self-motivated, enthusiastic team player with a high regard for safety, along with a strong work ethic and the ability to strive in a challenging environment, we could be looking for you.
Role responsibilities
The role will encompass the following duties but not limited to:
Diagnosing, repairing and maintenance of various types of heavy equipment Ensure compliance with all Company and site standards, policies and procedures Carry out all required servicing incl PM and CCO Keeping accurate records and reporting Parts ordering and stock management Practice a sound knowledge of workshop procedures Planning, prioritising and scheduling Ensuring on-time completion of scheduled work and time management skills Workshop housekeeping and general maintenance
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role the ideal candidate(s) will have;
Relevant mechanical trade qualifications Current full C class licence - minimum Expert knowledge of the diagnostic, repair and maintenance of CAT heavy machinery Excellent attitude towards safety of personnel and commitment to the environment  Ability to competently dismantle and rebuild machine components to OEM spec Experience in planning and scheduling of maintenance repairs Excellent communication and problem-solving skills Enjoys working as part of a team Ability to work unsupervised Ability to work overtime when required Forklift licence Air conditioning certification would be well regarded
 
Please do not apply if you do not have the applicable current trade qualifications.
This position is residential from within the Whyalla region, therefore no FIFO or camp accommodation is provided.
This is a great opportunity to work with a team that will challenge you to develop to your full capacity.
WALGA Mining & Services is a 100% Indigenous Owned Whyalla based company.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander & Female applicants are encouraged to apply.
Applications Close 12:00pm Monday 4 June 2018.
For further information please contact *****@walga.net.au + click to reveal  
 
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About the Company
For over 40 years Drake Medox has been the leading recruitment provider for hospitals, health organisations and individuals Nationally and Internationally.
We offer 24/7 support, training/buddy shifts, flexibility with your rosters, attractive hourly rates and weekly pay.
About the Role
Drake Medox is currently recruiting a team of committed Support Workers to assist with the support of a male client located in the Northern Suburbs.  We are looking for Support Workers with common sense, respect and dignity for the individual they support.
Your positive attitude and passion for life will be the most important aspect of your role. In return you will have the pleasure of working for an organisation who is committed to delivering a quality service that provides consistently high client satisfaction levels.
Those who have the following attributes would be highly regarded for this team:
Open to providing companionship Willing to assist in the time of need Outgoing, Bright and Positive personality Open minded, respectful and reliable
Duties
The role consists of, but is not limited to the following:
Assisting client at medical appointments Attending the gym with the client Flexible shifts Set in a friendly home environment Community access is one of the key requirements of this role
What we require from you
Australian Drivers Licence
First Aid & CPR
Minimum 2 years’ experience in ICU and/or Acute Care
National Criminal History Check
Current Clearance – DCSI (Child Related)
Must have current Australian work rights verification (No Sponsorships Offered)

Company Culture
Candidates most enjoy:
Being of service to a family in need of support
Unique working Environment
Making a positive impact on individuals in the community

Benefits
Regular shifts with flexibility in your roster
Weekly pay at competitive hourly rates
Develop your skills in an engaging and supportive environment

If this opportunity interests, you please through your resume and call James or Kehani now on *****70 + click to reveal to discuss this exciting opportunity further!
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High Quality Veterinary Care Emergency and specialist centre Highly qualified dynamic support team
The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's leading Group of Eight, research-intensive universities and is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia's third oldest university with a strong reputation for preparing educated leaders and delivering research outcomes that contribute to local, national and global wellbeing.
University of Adelaide employees enjoy a range of benefits and favourable work conditions that include opportunities for career development and advancement. 
The Faculty of Sciences is one of five faculties at the University of Adelaide. As the first university in Australia to grant degrees in science (1882), science has long been at the cornerstone of the institution and this continues today. As a research and education leader in fields such as agriculture, food & wine, animal & veterinary sciences, biological sciences, and physical sciences, the Faculty offers an exciting and innovative work environment.
The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences is one of four schools in the Faculty of Sciences, located at the University's Roseworthy campus approximately 50 km north of Adelaide on a 1600 hectare property, less than eight kilometres from the township of Gawler. The campus includes a working farm, animal holding facilities, yards, sheds and a range of general purpose and specialist teaching and research spaces and laboratories. It is South Australia's only veterinary school and constitutes a team of leading animal and veterinary science academics. The school has a Veterinary Health Centre with four units that offer a range of first opinion, ambulatory and specialist veterinary care across all animal species to the general public and referring veterinarians and are used in its veterinary program.
The School has excellent facilities developed specifically for its veterinary program including an outstanding Equine Health and Performance Centre (EHPC), Companion Animal Health Centre, Production Animal Health Centre and a Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. We also have dedicated teaching and animal handling facilities and a herd of approximately 30 teaching horses. The veterinary program commenced school and we have graduated five cohorts of students. We are continuing to develop the clinical services, including plans for commencing residency programs in the near future and are developing our research capabilities. The equine team currently consists of two other equine internal medicine specialists, three surgeons, two theriogenologists, an equine sports medicine specialist, two interns and an ambulatory team providing general practice services. We are also supported by a team of three specialist anaesthetists.
We are seeking an experienced, board certified internal medicine specialist (equine or large animal) to join our team. The successful candidate will contribute to clinical service provision (including after hours), teaching (clinical and didactic) and research. To be considered for this position you will be expected to have significant experience in the delivery of clinical services and tertiary teaching. You would also be expected to develop research within the field and have the ability to attract research funding in collaboration with other members of the team.
Salary: (Level B) $96,135 - $113,788 / (Level C) $117,310 - $134,966 / (Level D) $140,845 - $154,965 per annum.
The successful applicant will be appointed at an appropriate level depending on qualifications and relevant experience.
Relocation and Visa sponsorship will be available for the right candidate.
Superannuation: An employer contribution of 17% may apply.
Term of position: This continuing position is available immediately.
Position requirements
To be successful you should have:
Board certification (or ANZCVS Fellowship) in equine or large animal internal medicine and experience in delivery of specialist internal medicine clinical services Significant tertiary teaching experience in equine internal medicine Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work within a large multi-disciplinary team Passion and drive to help build the clinical caseload and establish specialist residency training programs within the EHPC For appointment at Level D you will require:
A higher degree at doctorate level A strong publication record in peer reviewed international journals and ability to attract research funding. Significant leadership experience in a veterinary teaching hospital To obtain a copy of the Selection Criteria, please visit the University of Adelaide Job opportunities page via this link: http://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en/job/498731/lecturer-equine-internal-medicine
Please address and upload your responses to the selection criteria section of the position description within the online application. If you have any queries regarding this position, please contact Mandy Holloway, HR Officer, telephone: +61 (0)8 *****40 + click to reveal or email: *****@adelaide.edu.au + click to reveal
Please note if the position description/selection criteria link is not appearing, you will need to view on another device.
Closing date: 21 June 2018

The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Wellbeing Mclaren Vale is a General Practice which focuses on providing exceptional, compassionate care to the patients we serve. We value and support each member of our team, who work collaboratively to achieve this goal. We are seeking a Practice Nurse to join our team two days per week.
Essential Criteria
- Registered Nurse
- AHPRA registration
- Current First Aid and CPR certificate
- Current National Criminal History Check
- Ability to work collaboratively within a team
 
Key Responsibilities
- Immunisations
- Wound Care
- Chronic Disease Management
- ECGs, Spirometry, Ear Syringing, Iron Infusions
- Health Care Planning and Assessments
 
Applications close Friday 8th June 2018
Please send CV and contact details of two referees to Tracey Hale, Practice Manager at *****@wellbeingmv.com.au + click to reveal
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Energy Sector Permanent position Agile environment
SAP Technical Analyst
As South Australia's electricity distributor, SA Power Networks is a vital part of everyday life and a great place to develop your career.
We offer award-winning training, an outstanding culture of safety and a supportive environment that fosters and recognises achievement.
If you've got the energy, put yourself in power at SA Power Networks.
Benefits Include 
Excellent conditions Great workmates Challenging environment Flexible working conditions
The Role
Provides expertise, maintenance and technical support for SAP applications to ensure stable operation, availability and that the application interfaces support business processes.  Provides application management including installing, configuring, upgrading, administering, monitoring and maintaining the applications to keep them in a usable state, ensuring they are correct, consistent and available at all required times.  Develops and codes the SAP system in line with defined requirements and ABAP coding standards.
Requirements
 
A Degree level qualification in IT or a related discipline and/or equivalent skills and knowledge gained through experience Grade 7 – Minimum of 7 years experience, including project work ITIL Foundation Level Certification/Knowledge SAP Development workbench, Data Dictionary and Object Orientated Architecture ABAP, WebServices including SOA manager configuration Floor Plan Manager (FPM) and ABAP WebDynpro SAP Workflow SAP OO coding badi/bapi Mobility PI/PO integration Ability to adopt new technology and be innovative in delivery solutions Adobe Forms and SAP Scripts Ability to independently analyse workload, set priorities and work with minimal supervision

Other criteria include
Some out of hours work Occasional Intrastate/interstate travel Drive a motor vehicle in the course of duties
Candidates will need to be prepared to undertake a pre-employment medical and driving history check.
To obtain further details please contact Jan Jost on *****29 + click to reveal.
Applications close 5pm 8 June 2018.
How to Apply
To apply click ‘Apply for this job’.
SA Power Networks is an Equal Opportunity employer.
For more information about SA Power Networks visit our website www.sapowernetworks.com.au
 
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Diverse Allied Health team Multiple positions available. Orthopaedic, Respiratory and Medical/Surgical Degree or equivalent in Physiotherapy Current physiotherapy registration with AHPRA

Are you an experienced Physiotherapist with a diverse range of skills who is able to work in an acute hospital setting? Flinders Private Hospital is looking to recruit experienced acute care Physiotherapists to join our weekend Physiotherapy pool. Hiring level will be dependent on experience.
As a Physiotherapist your responsibilities will include: Assessment and treatment of patients where clinically indicated in collaboration with patients/families and the multidisciplinary team to achieve identified goals and health outcomes Providing a high standard of clinical care to individuals/patients in our hospital
Flinders Private Hospital is a private, not-for-profit hospital and is a proud member of the Adelaide Community Healthcare Alliance Incorporated (ACHA) in South Australia. Flinders Private Hospital, built in 1999, is the most modern acute private hospital in Adelaide and is recognised for providing contemporary and innovative care, supported by the latest technology, equipment and facilities.
Selection Criteria: Degree in Physiotherapy or equivalent Current AHPRA registration Experience across a range of Physiotherapy areas; including Acute care, ICU, Orthopaedic, Respiratory, Medical and Surgical Physiotherapy Highly developed assessment and treatment skills Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team Demonstrated effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills Skills and experience working in an acute hospital setting Customer focused service delivery
Applications close: Thursday 7 June 2018 For further enquiries: Scott Hinrichs, FPH Allied Health Manager Phone: *****23 + click to reveal Email: *****@acha.org.au + click to reveal To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application form. Please include a cover letter and a CV along with the contact details of 2 professional referees.
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HCA Community Care is a division of Healthcare Australia that specialises in the provision of community support staff to a wide variety of organisations & individuals with disability across Fleurieu Peninsula. As an NDIS registered provider, HCA Community Care is seeking committed Disability & Mental Health/Welfare Support Workers to provide 1:1 care to direct customers in their homes and in the community.
We are looking for reliable, dedicated and passionate staff who want to add value to the lives of others providing consistent, professional and individualised support for our customers.
Our customers have various support needs, and depending on the customer, your role as a Support Worker may involve manual handling, community access, transportation, personal care and companionship. We support people 24 hours a day, every day - including mornings, evenings, weekends, active nights and sleep overs. 
Essential Criteria:   
Minimum 6 months full time paid work experience in Disability or Mental Health 2 professional industry reference checks Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Reliable and flexible Commitment to customer care is paramount Current full driver's licence and a reliable, comprehensive insured vehicle Availability & willingness to commit to on-call and work short shifts DCSI children and disabilty checks Current First Aid and CPR certificates Current Police check certificate Minimum of 20 Hours per week availability Smart Phone
Desirable Criteria:   
Cert III or IV in Disability/Mental Health/Individual Support/Aged Care Experience with autism spectrum disorder and/or high challenging behaviours is highly desirable
The Benefits:  
At HCA Care we value all employees and reward employees for their efforts.
Benefits include:    
Above Award Wages FREE Criminal history checks FREE online Education packages Attractive Referral Rewards eHCA mobile phone app for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts
Join today to reap the rewards of working with one of the fastest growing Healthcare providers in Australia.   To apply please provide your resume and cover letter to *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal
 
All disability staff MUST undergo or provide a current Police Check, a Working with Children Check card, a current First Aid/CPR level 2 certificate and to complete a DWES check.
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An Adelaide based company are seeking the skills of a strong Embedded C/C++ Software Engineer
Your new company
An exciting opportunity presents itself for an experienced Embedded Software Engineer join an innovative R&D focused organisation who are developing ground-breaking systems in their market. They are changing the way companies work in their sector.
Your new role
You'll play a key role as part of the collaborative Software Engineering team, who are all working towards the same goal. Responsible for all aspects of the software engineering life-cycle. You’ll be held responsible for the following roles:
Assist in requirements analysis and systems architecture. Carry out the design, development, implementation and testing of software for the organisations range of products Provide accurate planning information at all stages of the software development life cycle to result in delivery of software systems on time, on budget and according to specifications.

What you'll need to succeed
From a technical perspective it is favoured if you possess the following skill-set:
You'll have a proven history of relevant Software Design, development and implementation. Have strong experienced working towards structured software development methodologies Experience with ARM7, ARM9, Cortex and similar micro-controller families Strong capabilities with C/C++ Programming languages Embedded Linux /RTOS development experience Proficient in development of Device Drivers

Alongside having a highly capable technical skillset, you’ll have excellent communication skills in order to speak with multiple teams and stakeholders in the business through-out
What you'll get in return
You'll have the opportunity to work for an leading organisation as part of a collaborative and dedicated team. This will also offer the opportunity for career progression in the company to move into a more senior role in a software engineering discipline.
What you need to do now
Please send your resume to Phillip at *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or apply online. You may also call *****23 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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Recruitment/ HR Coordinator role in the Northern Suburbs to commence ASAP for 2 months with potential to extend.
Your new company
We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Recruitment/ HR Coordinator to join this Engineering business located in the Northern suburbs. This temporary position is to commence immediately for two months with the potential of extension.
Your new role
Reporting to the HR Manager, you will work in a close-knit team supporting the manager and the senior leadership team. Your responsibilities will include: reference checking, training administration, updating the training matrix data, booking in pre-employment medicals along with being responsible for the recruitment administration process.
What you'll need to succeed
You must have excellent attention to detail with the ability to multi task in a faced paced role.
What you need to do now
For further details regarding this opportunity please contact Kylie Kaufmann on *****22 + click to reveal or email your application in confidence to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
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Fly In Fly Out (FIFO) Chef Jobs available on SA mine sites, experience in a similar role is highly desirable
Hays run a successful casual pool of Chefs for Fly In Fly Out (FIFO) work in the mining industry across South Australia. If you have experience in FIFO work or are looking to gain an opportunity within the industry and fulfil the criteria below, please apply online.
Your new company
These accommodation and catering service providers operate on remote camp sites in South Australia.
Your new role
Due to forthcoming shutdowns, we are looking for qualified chefs to join our casual pool that have either FIFO or bulk catering experience.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a fully qualified chef (must hold minimum cert iii in commercial cookery) who is committed to producing high quality meals, has excellent time management skills, bulk catering experience and is passionate about food. These are 12 hour day or night shifts. Usual hours are 8am to 8pm or 8pm to 8am. Candidates with FIFO experience is preferable, however chefs with proven experience of bulk catering *****00 + click to reveal meals per day will also be considered.
This is a FIFO position from Adelaide so it is essential that candidates are South Australian based.
What you'll get in return
Excellent pay and conditions on a remote mining camp site. This is an opportunity to do day and night FIFO shifts on a casual roster, in remote locations across South Australia.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume. Alternatively ring Chris Benson at Hays Recruitment on *****42 + click to reveal or email directly at *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
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The Company
Broadspectrum is an operations, maintenance and construction services organisation, operating globally in the resources, energy, industrial, infrastructure, rail, property and Defence sectors. Broadspectrum has a long and successful partnership with the Australian Defence Force (ADF).
Role Overview:
Working from our RAAF Edinburgh facility, you will be performing all trade related tasks associated with the maintenance and repair of electronic devices in vehicles, plant and equipment. 
Key Responsibilities:
Attend to breakdowns in electronics and communications equipment Diagnose, test and rectify faults in electronic circuits and apparatus Troubleshoot digital subsystems, amplifiers and circuits Find and repair faults in complex power supplies Service broadcast, microwave and satellite technology Service analogue, digital and data equipment and signals Service fire and security alarm systems Repair cameras, visual receivers, computers and weapons equipment Dismantle, assemble and fabricate electrotechnology assemblies Install extra low voltage wiring systems Install electrical and electronic control systems.

Technical Capabilities:
Possess a recognised Trade Certificate III of proficiency (Elctro-technology) Communication or in a similar electronics discipline) Have an equivalent qualification to safely operate and maintain Automated Test Equipment Experience to maintain and repair and calibrate (i.e. gauges, binoculars, compasses) Possess a current Australian State or Territory open driver’s licence for C (manual) The incumbent to this role must be eligible to hold a Defence Security Clearance up to the level of Negative Vetting Level 1.  As a result of this requirement the incumbent must be an Australian Citizen.
 
 
For any enquiries relating to this position please contact   *****@broadspectrum.com  + click to reveal

Please Click “APPLY” to forward your application CV, along with copies of the above trade qualifications as well as proof of Citizenship by closing Friday 1st June 2018 
You must be an Australian Citizen and be able to obtain an ADF Clearance. 
 
We acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures that they bring to work with them each day. Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion is a key component of our Talent Management Strategy. The creation of a Diverse and Inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success, creating a high-performance business.
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Hays Human Resources have the ultimate role for a HR / Recruitment Professional! Due to continued growth and success within the organisation, this newly created position has evolved for a HR Professional to join their dynamic and growing team.
Your new role
Reporting into the Country Operations Manager and dotted line reporting to Head of HR & Administration the purpose of this role to oversee the daily operations of the Australian Offices, including facilities, administration and human resources, to ensure the business runs smoothly. To meet the continued growth and change needs within the business by staying up to date with developments in the business and office environment.
Daily tasks include however not limited too:
Business Planning:
Liaise with the enabling functions teams in the UK and Australia to understand the growth strategy for the business within each state and prepare business plans to ensure the local office environments are fit for purpose and met the emerging needs.
Project Management:
Work with the Enabling Functions to ensure there is effective information flow and that resources are employed efficiently throughout the business. To have project management responsibility for any office relocations/refits and other large scale projects.
Finance:
Develop and obtain approval for budgets for large scale projects and the general running of each office and manage and track spend against these.
Human Resources
Local point of contact for all HR matters, including recruitment, induction, learning and development, contractual, policy and employee relations matters. To understand the state and federal legal parameters and ensure compliance with this.
Business Process:
Identify and document local processes and practices with a focus on continual process improvement for the organisation. To establish relationships with best practice organisations to ensure competitive within the local environments.
Office and Facilities Management:
Oversee the administration resources (including general reception, facilities and office management duties) ensuring a high standard in the delivery of office and project services in line with Company best practice at all times.
Working Relationships
Establish and maintain credible working relationships across the business and with clients and external suppliers.
What you'll need to succeed
We are seeking an HR / Recruitment Professional who enjoys diversity, can multi task and support a professional technical tight knit team. It is essential to have previous experience in a Recruitment / HR Co-ordinator position with demonstrated ability to work autonomously in managing projects across multi-locations.
An understanding of business process management, excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office (MS Word, Excel and Power Point) along with excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
You are a professional who takes a strategic and problem solving approach who can adapt to changing workloads whilst being able to keep calm under pressure.
What you need to do now
This is a permanent position and the client is ready for you to start immediately. Salary is $70 - $75k + super and their corporate office is based in Adelaide's CBD.
For further information please contact your Hays Human Resources Expert, Kylie on *****22 + click to reveal and email your updated resume to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
Please note no covering letter is required for this vacancy and a position description is available to candidates deemed suitable.
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About the business
WALGA Mining & Services aims to recruit and retain the best talent and we are committed to unleashing the potential of our people by challenging them and giving them the support and autonomy, they need to achieve their goals.
About the role
We would like to hear from operators, preferably with experience in operating CAT Off-Highway Haul Trucks or those that are looking for their opportunity to break in to the mining sector with a locally owned organisation poised for continued growth.
The role(s) are located at the Iron Knob Mine Area, 54km from the city of Whyalla.  
These are residential 7/7 roster, where transport will be provided daily from Whyalla to the operation.   
If you are a proactive, self-motivated, enthusiastic team player with a high regard for safety, along with a strong work ethic and the ability to strive in a challenging environment, we could be looking for you.
Job tasks & responsibilities
The role may encompass the following duties but not limited to:
Ensure compliance with all Company and site standards, policies and procedures Operate predominantly CAT equipment Feeding crushing and integrated process facilities with FELs Train loading Daily housekeeping of equipment to comply with company policy Ensure equipment is safe, in good working order and that all defects are reported immediately Operate equipment in a safe manner as per the Company and site procedures Other duties as directed
Skills & experience
To be successful in this role the ideal candidate(s) will have;
·         Demonstrate a sound understanding safe work procedures
·         Ability to adhere to and work within HSSE framework
·         Complete all necessary documents including logs, routine task lists etc and provide both verbal and written reports where necessary
·         Current competencies in haul trucks, loader, grader, skidsteer and dozer will be highly regarded
·         Current Australian C class licence – MR, HR or greater a distinct advantage
·         Mining industry and/or heavy mobile fleet experience
·         Ability to work effectively and efficiently within a team environment
·         Demonstrated track record of working safely
·         Fit and energetic with a good work ethic
·         A willingness to learn & further develop skills

This position is residential from within the Whyalla region, therefore no FIFO or camp accommodation is provided.
This is a great opportunity to work with a team that will challenge you to develop to your full potential.
WALGA Mining & Services is a 100% Indigenous Owned Whyalla based company.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander & Female applicants are encouraged to apply.
Applications Close 12:00pm Monday 4 June 2018.
For further information please contact *****@walga.net.au + click to reveal  
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J.H. Southcott Industries has a position available for an experienced machinist looking for part time or casual work in the engine reconditioning industry. The possibility of a full time position also will be considered for the right candidate.
The hours can be mutually flexible and may also suit a semi-retired person.
Salary / hourly rate is negotiable according to your experience.
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Nipper job in South Australia on a 7/7 roster, BIBO or DIDO for 12 months.
Your new company
Our client is among the world’s top producers of major commodities including iron ore, metallurgical coal, copper and uranium. They extract and process minerals, oil and gas from its production operations located primarily in Australia and the Americas.
Your new role
You will be responsible for reaching set targets in the daily operations of the underground service department in a safe and proficient manner. You will operate heavy machinery and provide support to the Jumbo Operators, as well as assisting in setting up headings with consumables and pumps to a high standard. Health, safety and the ability to operate in alignment with the client’s policies will be imperative.
What you'll need to succeed
No formal qualifications necessary, however relevant experience/tickets within the mining industry is favourable. Mechanical knowledge and previous underground experience desirable but not essential. Drivers Licence required.
What you'll get in return
In return for your hard work and dedication, you’ll be rewarded with an attractive 7/7 roster and excellent rate of pay. You will also have access to modern onsite facilities such as housing, health, sporting, leisure, shopping and cultural facilities.
What you need to do now
If you would like to apply for this role, click ‘apply now’ or for more information and a confidential discussion on this role or to find out about more opportunities in Resources and Mining please contact Kayley at Hays on *****41 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal